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Giuliani apologizes for false 9/11 claim about Clinton

Clinton with Guiliani on 9/11Rudy Giuliani has apologized for accusing Hillary Clinton of saying she was in New York on Sept. 11, 2001, despite the fact that the Democratic nominee never said anything of the sort.

"I made a mistake. I'm wrong and I apologize," Giuliani, who was New York mayor in 2001, told the Associated Press.

On Wednesday, Giuliani was campaigning for Donald Trump when he accused Clinton, who was a New York senator at the time, of falsely saying she was in the state when the planes hit the twin towers.


Liberty U Students Break With Falwell Jr: ‘We Want Nothing To Do With’ Trump

Libert U students protest Trump supportStudents at the evangelical Liberty University are breaking with school president Jerry Falwell Jr. over his support of Donald Trump, issuing a statement Wednesday night saying “we want nothing to do with him.”

Claiming that Trump is “actively promoting the very things that we as Christians ought to oppose,” the statement from Liberty United Against Trump, which was obtained by The Washington Post, criticizes Falwell Jr. for tying the university’s name to a man who bragged about and is accused of sexually assaulting women.


Two Women Say Donald Trump Touched Them Inappropriately

Jessica LeedsDonald J. Trump was emphatic in the second presidential debate: Yes, he had boasted about kissing women without permission and grabbing their genitals. But he had never actually done those things, he said.

“No,” he declared under questioning on Sunday evening, “I have not.”

At that moment, sitting at home in Manhattan, Jessica Leeds, 74, felt he was lying to her face. “I wanted to punch the screen,” she said in an interview in her apartment.


George W. Bush officials come out against Trump in open letter

GW Bush officials write open letter against TrumpRepublicans who served top roles in President George W. Bush’s Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) and Department of Transportation (DOT) are coming out against Donald Trump's presidential campaign.

The 12 former officials — and one former Energy Department official — criticized the Republican in an open letter Wednesday, led by former EPA head Christine Todd Whitman and former Transportation Secretary Mary Peters.


Labor giant SEIU pumps resources into anti-Trump effort

SEUI anti trumpDonald Trump’s path to the presidency requires his brand of protectionism to drive union members to abandon Democrats, but new data provided to POLITICO shows that a huge part of organized labor – the service industry – isn’t following suit.

According to a member poll conducted by the nearly 2 million-member Service Employees International Union last month and provided to POLITICO, Trump’s support among the group was 17 percent — 51 points behind Hillary Clinton, far lower than even Jeb Bush’s 24 percent in the spring, and behind both Mitt Romney and John McCain during their presidential bids.


Federal judge extends Florida’s voter registration deadline through next Tuesday

Floria voter registration extendedU.S. District Judge Mark Walker on Wednesday ordered the extension of Florida’s voter registration by one week, until next Tuesday, because of Hurricane Matthew.

“No right is more precious than having a voice in our elections,” Walker said Wednesday during a 40-minute hearing in a Tallahassee courtroom.

The Florida Democratic Party had asked for an extension of the deadline in the wake of the disarray left behind by Hurricane Matthew, which led to evacuation orders of more than 1 million residents.


Utah’s Salt Lake Tribune endorses Hillary Clinton

Salt Lake TribuneThe Salt Lake Tribune, the largest circulated daily paper in Salt Lake City, endorsed Hillary Clinton for president Wednesday.

“It’s time to get serious. It has been amusing, to a degree, to watch the circus that was the Republican primary process struggle and fuss and finally produce such a disappointment to be its presidential nominee,” the editorial read. “…But now the ballots have been printed and are arriving in Utah mailboxes. It is time to make a reasonable, considerate, realistic vote for president of the United States.”

The editorial was critical of Clinton’s secrecy, but cited her history standing up “for religious freedom around the world” and her “equitable” tax policy as among the reasons for the endorsement.


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